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Soviet and MuslimThe Institutionalization of Islam in Central Asia, 1943-1991$

Eren Tasar

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(Central State Archive of the Republic of Tajikistan)

f. 1483 Ministerstvo Kul’tury Tadzhikskoi SSR

f. 1516 Vakili Soveti Korhoi Dini dar nazdi Soveti Vazironi RSS Tojikiston

Kyrgyz Respublikasynyn Borborduk Mamlekettik Arkhivi (KRBMA)

(Central State Archive of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan)

f. 2597 SSSR Ministrler Sovetinin aldyndagy Din Ishteri boyuncha Sovettin Kyrgyz SSRi boyuncha Ökülü

f. 2678 Kollektsiia materialov po religii i ateizmu v Kirgizii

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(Central State Archive of Political Documentation of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan)

f. 56 Tsentral’nyi Komitet Kommunisticheskoi Partii Kirgizskoi SSR

O’zbekiston Respublikasining Markaziy Davlat Arxivi (O’zR MDA)

(Central State Archive of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

f. r-2456 O’zbekiston SSRning Ministrlar Sovetining huzuridagi Diniy Ishlar Kengashining Vakili

(p.380) Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii (GARF)

f. r-6991 Sovet po delam religii pri Sovete Ministrov SSSR

Rossiiskii Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Noveishei Istorii (RGANI)

f. 5 Tsentral’nyi Komitet Kommunisticheskoi Partii Sovetskogo Soiuza

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Muslims of the Soviet East

Nauka i Religiia

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